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Catholic Cemetery - Hancock

Burials, Cemeteries, Manpower, Labor, Woody Plants, Trees [Photo shows two workers pruning trees']

Scanned: March 8, 2006


Cemeteries

Burials, Cemeteries, Seasons, Winter, Woody Plants, Trees While the folks at home were busy clearing snow for 32 consecutive days, those who had departed knew no task worthy of disturbing their peace. This was Christmas Day at Mount Calvary Cemetery, Lake Linden where the white sparkling snow lay in undisturbed beauty on gravestones of those who no longer have winter griefs to bear. [Serene photo of the cemetery where each of the gravestones wears a cap of snow.]

Scanned: December 5, 2007


Graveyard

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, [Photo shows teenage boys moving gravestones in overgrown cemetery]

Scanned: February 16, 2006


Graveyard

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, [Photo shows tombstones in overgrown area]]

Scanned: February 16, 2006


Graveyard

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, [Photo shows 5 graves in a wooded cemetery]

Scanned: February 16, 2006


Cemetery

Burials, Cemeteries, Manpower, Labor, Woody Plants, Trees [Men clearing brush from overgrown cemetery]

Scanned: April 4, 2006


Cemeteries - Ontonagon

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, Much revered is this burial plot of the James Kirk Paul family. The location is the Evergreen Cemetery on the Greenland Road to Ontonagon. It details how the founder of the village of Ontonagon, Paul was born in 1814 and died in 1881. He came to Ontonagon from Platteville, Wis. with a half-breed Indian. He made friends with the Ontonagon red men and gained their aid in moving the great Ontonagon boulder which was located near the current Victoria Dam near Rockland. Paul's wife, Amanda, also is buried in the cemetery. As the sign indicates, he is the founder of Ontonagon which is Indian for "I lost my bowl." [Photo of the James K. Paul burial site.]

Scanned: January 12, 2009


Cemeteries

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, An otherwise unmarked grave at the Indian Cemetery in LAnse bears a flag showing that departed doesnt mean forgotten. [Image of a shingled struture in the Indian Cemetery.]

Scanned: January 7, 2009


Cemeteries

Burials, Cemeteries, Woody Plants, Trees, This well-maintained building is in the Karki Hill Cemetery in the Otter Lake community of Askel. The one-acre burial grounds, donated to the community in the last century, is still active and unfilled. [Photo of a shingled building with a cross and a padlock on the door.]

Scanned: January 7, 2009


Park Cemetery - Marquette, MI

Burials, Cemeteries, Water, Woody Plants, Trees Scene in Park Cemetery, Marquette [A beautiful place with two small bridges to cross the pond. The trees reflect their image in the pond. Two barely visible ladies may be having a picnic there.]

Scanned: June 23, 2009